Just like Amazon.com, farmers are starting to use drones. But they’re not for deliveries; they’re using camera-carrying drones to inspect from the sky, looking at issues with irrigation, soil and plant health.
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With some households using up to 50 percent of their home water consumption on landscaping, maintaining an irrigation system should be top of the priority list.
They say you can't have your cake and eat it, too. Honestly, we're not even sure what that means. But we're big fans of cake — and eating it. And think you should be able to do both.
Our landscape selections say a lot about who we are as homeowners. But no matter what types of plants you've included in your own Florida panhandle landscape, every homeowner can agree on one thing: All plant life needs water.
Florida's summer heat and lack of rain can put a strain on any residential or commercial landscape. And though it can't replace rain, irrigation plays a key role in your turf and plant life surviving the summer months. Irrigation is meant to supplement between rains to help maintain a healthy, lush landscape.
Florida's summer heat is great for business at Disney World, but elsewhere in the state, it can really wreak havoc on homeowners' landscapes. It's more important than ever to take good care of your lawn and plants during the summer — for your property's year-round health!